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Amanda Kogle


Minneapolis native, Amanda Kogle resides in New York City where she is an MA candidate at the Parsons School of Design’s History of Design & Curatorial Studies program offered in conjuncture with the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian National Design Museum. She has worked as a fellow in the Drawings, Prints, & Graphic Design department at the Cooper Hewitt and is currently a freelance writer and instructor. Her areas of interest range from graphic design and works on paper to interiors and theories of the built environment. Her thesis is entitled The New (Front)erior: Redefining Corporate Identity in Liminal Spaces.